For Alums

Jobs & Internships

Simmons alumnae/i have access to a number of job hunting resources, starting with CareerLink, Simmons' online job board. Other key resources include Alumnet with its alumnae/i directory, Beatley Library's extensive career resources, the more targeted job listings maintained by some of the graduate programs, and other Internet resources.


CareerLink is the Simmons CEC online job board for internships, full-time jobs, and other off-campus work opportunities. By completing your personal profile you will be able to search for hundreds of active openings. You will also be able to view upcoming career event information, post your resume and cover letters, and much more. A Job Agent tool is available for you to set up automated e-mails that will send you daily listings of recently posted jobs in your areas of interest.

To find out more, visit the CareerLink page or register for CareerLink here.

If you are already are registered for CareerLink, and would like to log in, you can access the website here:

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One of your most effective job hunting resources is the loyal network of fellow Simmons alumnae/i. You can access the online home of Simmons alumnae/i, Alumnet, here. Once on the Alumnet site, be sure to check out and sign up for the Alumnet Directory, with its thousands of fellow alumnae/i accessible online, not only by name but by location, employer name, and more.

Also check out the Alumnae Connections page in this section.

Library Resources

The Beatley Library career resources, both print and online, are extensive. As most alumnae/i are not located near campus, they can take advantage of the extensive career resource guides that the library maintains online.

Go to the main library Career Resources page to see the entire range of resources. For job hunting, start with the Job Hunting Online guide, which has a wealth of links to job search databases for all purposes.

Academic Programs

Additional job hunting information and resources are available to you depending on which program you were in at Simmons. For alumnae of the undergraduate college, you can visit the Jobs & Internships page for undergrads.

For alumnae/i of the Simmons graduate schools, visit the Graduate Students Jobs & Internships page for more information and job hunting resources for the respective graduate programs.

Other Internet Resources

In addition to the Simmons job boards and resources, there is a wealth of job listings available online at various websites. Some of these sites are aimed at both the general population, such as and Craig's List, and some are for specific populations, such as Career Rookie for entry-level jobs and industry-specific sites such as Med Job Shop for nurses, or for Greater Boston job listings.

Rather than posting jobs directly from employers, aggregators such as and search and compile lists of results from all different job banks and corporate sites, making them a convenient one-stop shop for the job seeker.

Questions about Finding Jobs?

Contact the CEC at (617) 521-2488 or

Contact the Beatley Library at (617) 521-2784 or

CEC Services for Alums

Each year, hundreds of alumnae/i use the Career Education Center. If you are in the early stages of your career and evaluating career choices, or in mid- to later-career and considering a change, the CEC is a great resource for you. Let us help you succeed!

Career Toolkit for Alums

The purpose of the Career Toolkit is to assist you in your career planning. Whether you are unsure of your career direction or need help with your job search or with applying to graduate school, you will find the resources you need to begin your preparation.

Find a Job or Internship

Check out CareerLink for full-time jobs and internships as well as other job boards and resources we've compiled.

Next Career Event

Employer Information Table: IPC Hospitalists

Sep 22, 2014 at 11 AM - 2 PM at Fens Lobby, Main College Building (MCB) Lower Level

Founded by hospitalist physicians in 1995, IPC has grown to become one of the nation's leading private practice groups focused on hospital medicine and post-acute care services. IPC's clinicians, support staff, operations, and technology are all focused on driving the health care delivery system towards better, more efficient and high quality inpatient care. In New England, IPC manages practices in thirteen hospitals, including the majority of the Steward facilities, as well as over 75 post-acute nursing facilities, from the Berkshires to Cape Cod and Connecticut. IPC currently has opportunities for physician extenders in Massachusetts. If you are in Nursing or interested in the health care field and would like to find out more about IPC Hospitalists, please be sure to stop by the IPC Hospitalists Info Table on September 22 outside the Fens Cafeteria.

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